Tips on how to combine and wear a pocket square part 4

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Tips on how to combine and wear a pocket square part 4

It is important to have the right size of your pocket square and depending on the fabric and the thickness of it, different sizes work best. You always want to avoid having a pocket square that is too small that it just disappears into your pocket because it cannot stay up.

Tips on how to combine a pocket square with an outfit, number 8:

Let’s say you have fifty ties and pocket squares, that is a whopping 2500 outfit combinations. To start, it is the easiest to go with solid necktie and a pattern pocket square or do the other way around and you go with a patterned tie and a solid pocket square. The advantage of this combination is that you can pair the solid tie with a number of different pocket squares. Orange is a favorite color of mine for fall/winter and spring outfits because it is so versatile, so I usually choose orange pocket squares. Apart from sticking with a color, you can also choose to go with something contrasting or a complementary contrast that just gives a different look of the outfit but is still harmonious.

Tips on how to combine a pocket square with an outfit, number 9:

If both your tie and your pocket square have patterns, you should avoid going with patterns in a similar size. Alternatively, you can go with an oversized pattern. The same goes for a much smaller pattern which is kind of like a glen check or Prince of Wales check. Of course, you can also go the opposite way and go with a much bolder paisley pattern that picks the colors of the outfit. At the end of the day, you have to be comfortable in your skin and comfortable with your outfit and once you're confident with your choice, it will show and your overall look will be even better than if you are unsure about the combination you chose.

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